Protect Your Cattle: Tips, Tricks, & Card Sleeve Info for Great Western Trail
In the Great Western Trail, you are a rancher in 19th century America, herding your cattle from Texas to Kansas, where you send them off by train to earn money and victory points. You will have your most valuable livestock in tow, along with the capable staff of Cowboys you hired to keep your herd in good shape! With available craftsmen to build your structures and engineers to manage the railroad line, you can use your clever skills to navigate the opportunities and pitfalls of the great Western trail. This game for two to five players ages 12 and up offers as much as two and a half hours of fun for the whole family. Owning a set of Great Western Trail card sleeves will keep the cards in your game protected from the wear and tear of the dusty trail.
Great Western Trail Card Sleeves
The cards included in the game are an essential part of gameplay. Protecting them, especially against the hazards of snacks and drinks players bring to the game table, will make them last. The Great Western Trail has 116 cards to shield from harm. Luckily, the game cards are of a standard size, making it a snap to get the right sleeves for your game. Try these Great Western Trail card sleeves to protect your game cards:
Card sleeves in the standard kit have a quantity of 110 per pack, which means you will need two packs to protect all of your cards. Fortunately, these sleeves are the perfect size to fit a wide range of other games you may already own.
- Two packs of SKS-8807
Great Western Trail Card Sleeve Dimensions
The Great Western Trail game cards' dimensions are all equal - 56x87mm. The size of these cards is one of the most common in the industry. The available sleeves are an excellent fit for them as well as K-pop photocards and many other board game cards. The 116 regular play cards are used repeatedly in this game and are susceptible to damage.
How to Play Great Western Trail
Using cattle cards and objective cards, each player moves their herd along the game board's trail from Texas toward Kansas City. Along the path, you will find various ways to earn points, like buying cattle from the cattle market, upgrading train stations and removing hazards. Each time your cattlemen reach Kansas City, you send your cattle off by train to another city for victory points that continue for up to seven trips. The game ends when a player places a worker game tile onto the last space of the "job market," giving each player a final turn before the player with the most points is deemed the winner.
Order Your Great Western Trail Card Sleeves Today!
Keep your cards safe from damage caused by moisture, spills, dirt and sticky fingers so you can continue playing this game with your family and friends herding your cattle to victory! With proper care, your Great Western Trail card sleeves will last a lifetime, so don't hesitate to order your set today!